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Jacobi: Piano Works

Tatjana Blome, Holger Groschopp

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Passacaglia und Fuge, Op. 9  
1
Passacaglia. Grave
Wolfgang Jacobi; Tatjana Blome
12:11
2
Fuge. Andante con moto
Wolfgang Jacobi; Tatjana Blome
5:13
Suite im alten Stil, Op. 10  
3
I. Präludium
Wolfgang Jacobi; Tatjana Blome
2:47
4
II. Courante. Allegro
Wolfgang Jacobi; Tatjana Blome
1:48
5
III. Andantino
Wolfgang Jacobi; Tatjana Blome
3:03
6
IV. Menuett. Allegretto
Wolfgang Jacobi; Tatjana Blome
1:46
7
V. Sarabande. Andante
Wolfgang Jacobi; Tatjana Blome
3:17
8
VI. Rigaudon. Allegro
Wolfgang Jacobi; Tatjana Blome
1:21
9
VII. Gigue. Allegro
Wolfgang Jacobi; Tatjana Blome
1:44
Piano Sonata No. 2  
10
I. Allegro
Wolfgang Jacobi; Tatjana Blome
2:44
11
II. Scherzo. Allegro
Wolfgang Jacobi; Tatjana Blome
4:26
12
III. Toccata. Allegro
Wolfgang Jacobi; Tatjana Blome
4:14
Piano Sonata No. 3  
13
I. Allegro
Wolfgang Jacobi; Tatjana Blome
6:11
14
II. Tranquillo
Wolfgang Jacobi; Tatjana Blome
5:07
15
III. Rondo. Allegro
Wolfgang Jacobi; Tatjana Blome
7:59
Musik für 2 Klaviere (Choralvorspiel über "Durch Adams Fall")  
1
I. Allegro moderato
Wolfgang Jacobi; Tatjana Blome; Holger Groschopp
6:12
2
II. Aria. Larghetto
Wolfgang Jacobi; Tatjana Blome; Holger Groschopp
6:47
3
III. Scherzo. Allegro
Wolfgang Jacobi; Tatjana Blome; Holger Groschopp
5:49
Miniaturen für Klavier vierhändig  
4
I. Präludium. Tranquillo
Wolfgang Jacobi; Tatjana Blome; Holger Groschopp
1:31
5
II. Menuett. Maestoso
Wolfgang Jacobi; Tatjana Blome; Holger Groschopp
1:35
6
III. Scherzo. Allegretto
Wolfgang Jacobi; Tatjana Blome; Holger Groschopp
0:49
7
IV. Walzer. Allegro
Wolfgang Jacobi; Tatjana Blome; Holger Groschopp
1:02
8
V. Rondo. Allegretto
Wolfgang Jacobi; Tatjana Blome; Holger Groschopp
1:05
9
VI. Burletta. Allegro
Wolfgang Jacobi; Tatjana Blome; Holger Groschopp
1:43
10
VII. Kanon. Andantino
Wolfgang Jacobi; Tatjana Blome; Holger Groschopp
0:48
11
VIII. Fuge. Allegro
Wolfgang Jacobi; Tatjana Blome; Holger Groschopp
0:45
12
IX. Elegie. Andante
Wolfgang Jacobi; Tatjana Blome; Holger Groschopp
0:59
13
X. Gavotte
Wolfgang Jacobi; Tatjana Blome; Holger Groschopp
1:32
14
XI. Gigue. Allegro
Wolfgang Jacobi; Tatjana Blome; Holger Groschopp
1:22
15
XIII. Marsch. Allegro
Wolfgang Jacobi; Tatjana Blome; Holger Groschopp
2:07
Piano Sonatina  
16
I. Allegretto
Wolfgang Jacobi; Tatjana Blome
1:37
17
II. Choral. Lento
Wolfgang Jacobi; Tatjana Blome
1:38
18
III. Menuett. Tempo di minuetto
Wolfgang Jacobi; Tatjana Blome
2:28
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    1:43:40
Award-winning pianist Tatjana Blome spotlights piano works by Wolfgang Jacobi, a name familiar to saxophone and accordion players but otherwise largely forgotten today. This album of world premieres from Blome and her counterpart Holger Groschopp will further the rediscovery of Jacobi, declared a degenerate artist in 1930s Germany. He found inspiration in Italy, alluding to Baroque styles in his sonatas as well as in earlier pieces that also invoke the spirit of Reger and Grieg.

"Wolfgang Jacobi's harmonious language is ambiguous, ranging from a smirking expressionist harmony (that can be interpreted in many ways) to a greatly reduced melodic melody, where everything unnecessary is left out. His sprawling motor-like eccentricity always evolves from a clear sense of the form of the movement. Jacobi uses traditional forms of models in all the works and fills them with unexpected and surprising ideas. His short-form dances, the more complex sonata forms, and also the music for two pianos leave the listener even more curious about a composer who is a great discovery for me."
- Tatjana Blome
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